Archive For The “Point B” Category

Method Organic Juice Café

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Method Organic Juice Café

  By Jessica Grubbs   Sometimes being gluten free can be difficult, especially when you are traveling. If you are like me, having Celiac Disease can be very challenging and frustrating to deal with when traveling. You always have to plan ahead of time to be sure the place you go to eat won’t make…

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Unique Location, Organic Atmosphere

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Unique Location, Organic Atmosphere

By Maria Vigil Between the hustling business of Downtown Spokane and neighborhoods on the top of the South Hill, that are filled with large houses and an air of higher society, lies a microcosm known as the South Perry District. About half way up the South Hill, this neighborhood spans about three blocks. The speed…

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10 Sporting Events to Watch and Play in 2016

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10 Sporting Events to Watch and Play in 2016

by Korey Hope   There is much written about the Inland Northwest’s omnipresent natural beauty, which parks to walk through, or which coffee shops have the best latte. While the coffee is usually delightful and the natural beauty is always breathtaking, Spokane is also home to a broad spectrum of sporting events throughout the calendar…

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Is Spokane’s Davenport Hotel Collection still ‘grand’ over 100 years later?

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Is Spokane’s Davenport Hotel Collection still ‘grand’ over 100 years later?

by, Kelly Logie   As you’re driving through downtown Spokane, you don’t expect to find anything too glamorous. Spokane is beautiful in its own way, but let’s face it. It isn’t a Paris, London, or New York.   You see the big buildings out of your car window, along with the river and evergreen trees surrounding…

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Rural, But Not Too Rural: Monroe, Washington

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Rural, But Not Too Rural: Monroe, Washington

by Korey Hope   The Pacific Northwest is commonly touted for its one-of-a-kind big cities combined with its natural beauty. Sure, we do have rocky beaches and a reputation for rain. But Washington is actually the 21st driest state in the nation, and rocky beaches can be magnificent, too! Plus, the Pacific Northwest has become…

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“To Kill a Mockingbird” Characters Come to Life

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“To Kill a Mockingbird” Characters Come to Life

by Michaela Mulligan Waiting to cross the street from Riverfront Park, you see a blue and yellow sign sticks out from the mainly gray background. A window in the store is decorated with Christmas lights and a big, red inflatable heart to draw the passerby in to shop for Valentines Day. More windows are painted…

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The Satellite Diner and Lounge: Spokane’s meeting place

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The Satellite Diner and Lounge: Spokane’s meeting place

by Phoebe Droz   In the midst of all the hip coffee shops and trendy breweries that are popping up all over downtown Spokane, there stands a shabby little establishment with local art lining the walls, friendly people around the tables, and diner food that’s served almost 24 hours a day.   The Satellite Diner…

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Tenhave Woods: Suburban Detroit’s Timeless Safe Haven

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Tenhave Woods: Suburban Detroit’s Timeless Safe Haven

by Mike Christie A metal revolving door creaks in a whiny fashion as it is pushed. As if entering a new world that branches off the suburban one behind, the other side of the door opens up to dense deciduous forest. Littered on the forest floor lies a flower whose petals wear the appearance of…

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In Mill Creek, Business is Booming

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In Mill Creek, Business is Booming

by Michaela Mulligan Driving north on I-5 from Seattle, take exit 183 to drive down a long hill packed with cars of every shape and size, each one trying to slow down for the numerous traffic lights along the road. Reach the base of the hill to find businesses and strip malls lined across the…

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Gig Harbor: A Drop in the Puget Sound

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Gig Harbor: A Drop in the Puget Sound

By: Emily Beloate You can find me in the ground and in the air. I watch every morning as the boutique and shop owners along the waterfront flip the signs in their front windows from “closed” to “open.” I shelter fishing boats in the marina, supporting them during the winter and pushing them up toward…

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